Karama Blackhorn is a Queer Indigenous activist, educator and organizer. Karama earned her B.A. from The Evergreen State College focused on Race, Gender, and Sexuality. Her work centralizes anti-oppression education to build community and empower leadership among underrepresented college students. She now pursues a Master of Public Administration to utilize her experience as a multicultural affairs professional and passion for education to create stronger policies and programs that advance opportunities and access for marginalized students. Karama received the Deloris Carter Hampton and Political Leadership Scholarships.